John M. DeCicco, Ph.D., is a Research Professor Emeritus retired from the University of Michigan. While remaining professionally active in energy and environmental research, he currently receives no funding and has no relevant relationships beyond his academic affiliation.
If you’ve pumped gas at a U.S. service station over the past decade, you’ve put biofuel in your tank. Thanks to the federal Renewable Fuel Standard, or RFS, almost all gasoline sold nationwide is required to contain 10% ethanol – a fuel made from plant sources, mainly corn. With the recent rise in pump prices, […]